[VIDEO] Unilever Addresses World Hunger with Project Sunlight

By Frazer Jones
Unilever is known for its commitment to finding more sustainable paths to manufacturing, and in a new video series its highlighting its commitments to d...

Unilever is known for its commitment to finding more sustainable paths to manufacturing, and in a new video series it’s highlighting its commitments to decreasing world hunger issues and creating a brighter future through its Project Sunlight program.

This video focuses on James Allred, channel marketing manager at Unilever Food Solutions UK, who is working to improve school meals in countries like Indonesia in conjunction with the Unilever Foundation as part of Project Sunlight. “I’m really motivated by the fact that hunger is the world’s number one challenge,” he explains, noting the importance of good school meals in the fight against hunger.

“Studies have demonstrated that children who eat well perform better,” says Allred, and this much should be common knowledge—it’s hard to focus on studies when you’re hungry. For children in some areas of the world, it’s not always that easy, but Allred’s work has been helping to improve that situation at over a thousand schools. Check out the video and see more about the program here

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